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Gray Family Notes, Co. Tyrone 1825-69

Personal announcements and notices extracted from the STRABANE MORNING POST & LONDONDERRY SENTINEL
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia


June 6 1825 Died on Friday last, MR. ROBERT GRAY of Gortin
July 4 1826 Died in this town, on Saturday last, MRS GRAY
February 1 1837


ALL those indebted to the late firm of CARROLL and GRAY, of Strabane, Booksellers and Stationers, are hereby informed that if the Accounts outstanding be not settled before the First of March next, they will be put into the Hands of an Attorney.


Strabane, February 7, 1837



February 6 1841 Married by the Rev. John Conroy, Curate of Urney, MR. JOHN MORRISON, of Inchany, to MISS GRAY, daughter of MR. ANDREW GRAY, of Strabane
May 4 1844 Died on Saturday week, at Cavanalee, at the house of MR. JAMES HUNTER, her grandfather, HELEN, daughter of MR. JOHN GRAY, printer and stationer, Strabane, aged 17 years
November 6 1847 Married on the 28th ult., in the Presbyterian Church, Draperstown [Co. Londonderry], by the Rev. Samuel Smyth, THOMAS, son of ALEXANDER GRAY, ESQ., of Thorn Lodge, county Tyrone, to ANNIE, daughter of JOHN SMYTH, ESQ., of Labbyvale, near Draperstown
June 25 1852 Married June 3, at Portrush, by the Rev. W. Chichester, WILLIAM H. WILLCOCKS, ESQ., of Dungannon, to MARIANNE, second daughter of the late JAMES GRAY, ESQ., of Coalisland
September 24 1852 Married on the 16th inst., by the Rev. H. Alexander, Ballyreagh, the REV. ALEXANDER GRAY, A.B., Minterburn, to MARY ELIZABETH, youngest daughter of the late DOCTOR THOMAS DUNN, Surgeon, Royal Navy, Jamaica
February 10 1854 Died on the 30th ult., at his residence, Aughavey, ALEXANDER GRAY, ESQ., late of Thorn Lodge, county Tyrone, and father to the REV. ALEXANDER GRAY, of Minterburn
February 6 1857 Died on the 22nd ult., at Coalisland, ANNA, relict of the late JAMES GRAY, ESQ., of Coalisland House, county Tyrone
February 19 1858 Died on the 13th inst., MR. WILLIAM GRAY, of Lislap, near Newtownstewart, in the 82nd year of his age. He was for the past 57 years a member of the Methodist Society, in which he also held the office of class leader
September 28 1860 Died September 24, at Strabane, after a long and painful illness, ELIZABETH, wife of MR. JOHN GRAY, Main Street, Strabane
November 30 1860 Married November 26, by the Rev. Edward Bowen, jun., in Baronscourt Church, MR. ALEXANDER GRAY, of Baronscourt, to MISS MARGARET HAMILTON, of Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland
May 31 1861 Died May 21, at Cookstown, MISS MARY M. GRAY
April 14 1863 Died April 11, at Strabane, MR. JOHN GRAY, printer and stationer, aged 79 years. Deceased was connected with Strabane for upwards of half a century
January 31 1865 Died on the 24th January, at Omagh, WILLIAM, youngest son of MR. DAVID GRAY, of Omagh, aged 25 years
June 2 1865 Married June 1, in the First Presbyterian Church, Strabane, by the Rev. James Gibson, M.A., MR. WILLIAM McKINLAY, third son of JAMES McKINLAY, ESQ., 130 London Street, Glasgow, and Chemical Works, Strabane, to MARY ROMANIS, youngest daughter of the late MR. JOHN GRAY, printer and stationer, Strabane
October 12 1869 Birth: Oct. 11, at Patrick Street, Strabane, the wife of MR. JOHN J. GRAY, printer, of a son